I won’t change for TRPs: Aman Verma

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Ac­tor Aman Verma (above), who is the lat­est to be evicted from re­al­ity show Bigg Boss, says that while his exit was un­ex­pected, he could not be some­one he is not, just to gain TRPs.

“I am a lit­tle sur­prised my­self be­cause I ex­pected to stay there much longer, but I could not turn into a com­pletely dif­fer­ent per­son just to bring more TRPs to the show,” says Aman.

“You need to be pe­cu­liar in a cer­tain way to stay in­side the house. I could not be a Suyyash Rai who would de­clare that he is ‘joru ka ghu­lam’ or be Kish­wer Merchant, who de­cided to spit in wa­ter. Had my fam­ily seen me spit­ting in some­one’s food, they would have dis­owned me. My mother would have stopped talk­ing to me,” adds the ac­tor.

Known for his roles in TV shows like Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Verma has no re­grets about his stay in the house. “I would rather be seen as a well read and pol­ished man who has had a good up­bring­ing rather than a man who is just the op­po­site, but a Bigg Boss win­ner,” says Verma, adding, “But if given a chance to go back in­side the house, I would not say no to it. It is a game and I will al­ways be­lieve in play­ing it fairly.”

Ask him who he thinks might win the show, and he says, “Af­ter Keith’s exit, Rochelle is fi­nally play­ing the game as who she is. She has the cal­i­bre to win it,” he says.

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